How to cook your own open source event? (talk at Fedora Women’s Day Munich 2018)

Why cooking and open source have more in common than you might think

At Fedora Women’s Day 2018 in Munich I had the opportunity to give a talk about “How to cook your own open source event?”. I’ll tell you why cooking and open source have more in common than you might think.

The slides are available for download (PDF file, 9,8 MB).

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Fedora Women’s Day in Munich

There will be a Fedora Women’s Day (FWD) in Munich on October 19 with talks, networking and an opportunity to learn about free and open source software

It’s always exciting to see events on free and open source software taking place, especially if they’re just around the corner. ;-) Therefore it’s my pleasure to share the invitation to the Fedora Women’s Day (FWD) in Munich on October 19 with you.

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Nextcloud installation via command line

How to install Nextcloud from the console, set configuration parameters and policies and install additional apps via shell commands

The term “in the cloud” is heard much these days. A growing number of services support or even rely on data storage and compute power over the net to provide various conveniences to end-users and enterprises. That comfort, however, cuts both ways – for many services it is hard to get your data out and migrate away, let alone the question about where your information is physically stored and secured.

Open source software like Nextcloud comes to the rescue, as it puts you back in control over your data, giving you full control of where you host and whom you give access to it. In this howto, I’ll show you how to install and configure Nextcloud on your server in a fully scriptable way.

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